July & August 2023 - Niedernsill

While the day is still waking up, we are already physically active. In the middle of beautiful nature, we start with a gentle full-body streching to give us more mobility and energy for a great day.

And by the way, breakfast tastes twice as good when you're relaxed. Pack your mat/towel and come to the Niedernsiller Badesee. Dagmar is looking forward to you!

Good Morning Stretch | © BergFux, Dagmar Fuchs
Meeting point 7 am Bathing lake Niedernsill
(in case of rain at BergFux Studio, Austraße 28, 5722 Niedernsill)
Duration 45 minutes
Charge each person ‚ā¨ 12.00
with Fun+ Card each person ‚ā¨ 6.00
Bring with you mat or large towel and comfortable clothes
Registration until 5 pm the day before directly at BergFux by phone +43 676 3585 269


31st May to 13th September 2023 - Piesendorf
(except 9th & 16th August)

Connect with the plants and make healing products! Gather local wild herbs and medicinal plants on a leisurely walk and make a herbal oil, tincture or ointment. 

Herbal hiking | © Yanadjan
Meeting point 9 am parking lot Walchen

(opposite Skiliftstraße 40)

Duration approx. 2.5 hours 
Charge adult ‚ā¨ 30.00 | child (8-15 years) ‚ā¨ 16.00 | children up to 8 years free (‚ā¨ 4.00 for materials if they want to make something yourself)
with Fun+ Card adult ‚ā¨ 15.00 | child (13-15 years) ‚ā¨ 8.00
Bonus with the Fun+ Card: children up to 12 yeears free of charge!
Included in the price Fabric herb collection bag, notebook with pen, materials and, of course, the homemade herbal product. 
Registration until 5 pm the day before at the tourist office Piesendorf by phone +43 6549 7239


10th July to 8th September 2022 - National Park Valleys 

The Hohe Tauern National Park encompasses many of Austria's most precious landscapes, from the majestic peak of the Grossvenediger in the west to the steppe-like slopes in the east. Meet and join the people who protect our National Park. Learn more about the natural treasures of the National Park and how you can help preserve them for future generations. 

The alpine marmot, also known as the "Mankei", lives in families in underground burrows. | © NPHT, Foto Rieder
Meeting point The junior rangers in the information huts will tell you exactly where to meet the National Park Ranger. 
Period from 9 am to 4 pm 
Where? Habachtal Bramberg, Stubachtal Rudolfsh√ľtte Uttendorf, Kaprunertal


12th July to 6th September 2023 - Raurisertal valley

In 1986, the first bearded vulture in the Alps was released in the Krumltal valley to reintroduce the once-extinct "king of the skies". During the excursion through the wild and romantic Krumltal valley, you may be lucky enough to see bearded vultures, griffon vultures, black vultures, golden eagles and other wildlife. 

© Lichtfarben
Meeting point 8.45 am parking lot Krumltal valley
Duration approx. 4 hours (2.5 hrs. walking time | medium) 
Charge adult ‚ā¨ 12.00 | child & youth (10-16 years) accompanied by parents free of charge | excl. feeder service
Free with the guest card (excl. feeder service)  
Equipment Sturdy shoes, rain and sun protaction, backpack with drinks and snacks, suitable clothing
Registration not necessary


24th May to 29th September 2023 - Grossglockner high alpine road 

The Grossglockner high alpine road is one of the most impressive and beautiful scenic roads in Europe. A special driving pleasure by car, motorbike or completely relaxed with the Glockner Bus into the incomparable world of experience in the heart of the Hohe Tauern National Park. The bus tour is accompanied by an experienced and knowledgeable National Park ranger. 

Grossglockner Bus Tour | © Großglockner Hochalpenstraße AG, Foto Michael Königshofer
Departure 9.30 am Bus terminal indoor swimming pool, Zell am See
Return Departure from Kaiser Franz-Josefs-H√∂he at 3 pm 
Charge adult ‚ā¨ 47.00 | children ‚ā¨ 28.00 | one ride ‚ā¨ 32.00 
Registration until 3 pm the day before by phone +43 6542 21060
Info Glockner bus